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How we are “ruining our knees.”

We are at 12,640 feet and I won't get out of the vehicle on account of the snow and lightning. I've never seen anything like this......

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Photographer, Chris Davies, shares some exceptional photos from a recent trip to the Austrian Alps...

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I was stunned by the beauty of the fall colors on Mt Lemmon. Here are some pictures I took while camping in the area this past weekend....

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Seven falls is a great hiking escape for a desert climate like Tucson, AZ. The trail is easily accessed, the scenery is good, and the water features make...

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This past weekend, only days removed from the senseless Boston Marathon bombings, countless runners across the country lined up for their own races. For the second consecutive year, I was given a free entry into...

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And a desert that never ends- A sky so wide You can feel your heart turn quiet, And then I listen For the voices of my friends One rides in the summer wind beside me,...

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Gallup, New Mexico is a rugged railroad town bordering the Navajo Reservation along Route 66 and Interstate 40 in the high country of western New Mexico. Finding big city benefits and diversions in Gallup is...

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For those of us tethered to urban environs by the taskmasters of food, shelter, clothing and bread-winning, finding wilderness can be difficult. Especially finding wilderness in a timely manner. Here in Colorado, summer weekends can...

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